Disney today announced $15.3 billion in revenue in its fiscal first quarter, which stayed mostly flat year over year despite growth in media networks.
CBS’ airing of Super Bowl LIII drew an average streaming audience of 2.6 million during the game window, an increase of 31% over last year’s game.
On a fiscal first-quarter earnings call, Viacom opened up about the revenue possibilities for Pluto TV, the OTT service it's buying for $340 million.
Apple’s TV app, a consolidated hub for several video services, has so far been a tough venue for virtual MVPDs to get into.
HBO has long used Sunday nights as its original programming showcase, but now the premium network is expanding to Monday nights.
At least one analyst is reigniting the “Apple acquiring Netflix” debate.
A massive number of households are going to watch Super Bowl LIII on Sunday. CBS is expecting a lot of those viewers will be livestreaming.
Locast.org, a service that allows streaming of free local broadcast channels, is adding Washington, D.C., and Baltimore to its list of markets.
Watching video on demand gives viewers the option of pausing when they need a break, and Hulu will soon begin filling that space with advertising.
Charter is looking to branch out its service and device availability even further while maintaining traditional elements of its video service.